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Big bang

22 April 2015 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

The European Commission belatedly charged the Russian gas giant with abusing dominant positions. Gazprom has other, bigger headaches. But watchdogs gain credibility by taking on such a politically sensitive target. And Europe shows its commitment to a joined-up energy market.

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